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Jewesses Lowey and her Jewess female gang, House of Rep, Oppose HR 672, her banking, Hillary Clinton who adores Blacks and hates White men

In Uncategorized on March 6, 2017 at 6:07 pm

Note: Jewess  Nita Lowey is putting an anti-Semite law through, HR 672.

Since Semites are “Jews and Muslims,” all 1 billion Muslims, Al Quaeda, ISIS, violent people will be covered by this law to protect them and it’s written against the White Race. Descendants of Christians. Three main religions Christians, Muslims, Jews. It’s against Christians, anti-White Race, anti Christian. It’s anti-Christ. Forget anti-Semitism, we are now face to face with the anti-Christ. The Jews and their ilk.

Note the article below talks of Jewess worth $41,000,000, (money she got when Jews enslaved my White Poland and Jew bankers who kept us in constant wars, 1,000 years, now here.) The Democrats wanted Lowey to replace Hillary in New York as Senator, she’s so powerful. But she argued, since she’s 71, and high up the rank she has a lot of power. She heads the House of Representative Appropriations committee. Get it? The Money committee, the Budget Committee. She could sway all 435 (White)  House of Representatives and fund all of Hillary’s projects like Ben Gazi. As President Trump fans says “Lock her up.” Both of them. The last bill like this so called Anti-Semite bill passed the House 435-0. Please call your local House of Rep to stop this bill. It will be the end of the White Race or the entire enslavement of our White people. We are only 8% of world adn all laws against us.

Not only that “lock her up,” Janet Yellen. Barach Hussein made her the head chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank. All the White Treasury as well as USA. She’s powerful Jewess.

Also “lock her up,” Jewess Elena Kagan. Barach Hussein appointed her to Supreme Court. I’d blogged and facebooked how there were 3 1/2 Jews on Supreme Court. 1 black. 1 brown Mexican woman, Sotomayer, who judged a White Civil Rights case of 20 White firemen being terribly discriminated against. She found judgment “against these White males!” Barach Hussein promoted her to the Supreme Court. She’s anti-White Race, anti-White male, slave of Jews. There were no White Protestant males (who built this country from 1620) on the Supreme Court. Or rather, just 1, he was 94. He stepped down so black Barach Hussein could put this female Mexican who hates white men.

BTW, Elena Kagan is daughter or granddaughter of the evil Jew, Kaganovich. Under Jewish Communist Revolution against Russians (100th anniversary in two days, March 8, 1917-2014) Jew Kaganovich alone was called the bloody butcher against Ukraine Whites. (Christians) He was responsible for 10,000,000 of the 100,000,000 White (Christians and churches) killed, starved to death, and churches destroyed. Not Jew synagogues, not Mosques for Muslims, or Hindu or Chinese Temples. It was a White genocide. Search my website right bottom, for more on Russian Revolution by Jews against Whites. Bankers as the Jews did to my Poland from 1025-1945.

Obama’s cabinet picks shake up NY, AZ politics

DEVLIN BARRETT and PAUL DAVENPORT, The Associated Press

President-elect Barack Obama‘s Cabinet picks Monday are sweet political gifts for the Republican who’ll become governor of Arizona and the yet-to-be-named Democrat who’ll assume Hillary Rodham Clinton‘s Senate seat.

Under Arizona state law, the ascension of Democratic Gov. Janet Napolitano to Homeland Security Secretary will mean Arizona Secretary of State Jan Brewer will assume the reins there. In New York, Clinton‘s planned departure means Gov. David Paterson will have a month or more to choose a successor for her.

Rep. Nita Lowey, one of the more prominent potential Clinton replacements, told The Associated Press that she will remain in the House and not take Clinton’s job.

The 71-year-old Lowey said she isn’t interested in giving up her hard-earned seniority on the House Appropriations Committee – a position which happens to give her a great deal of say over the budget of the State Department which Clinton may soon lead.

“Even though it’s a great honor to be considered, for me, it makes more sense and I can accomplish more for my district, the state, and the country, if I stay in the House of Representatives,” Lowey said in a phone interview with The AP.

Clinton “would be an outstanding secretary of state and frankly in my position as the chair of the subcommittee that funds the Department of State and all foreign aid, I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to work with her in the future,” Lowey said.

Lowey had been expected to seek the Senate seat back in 2000, but stepped aside for Clinton, then the first lady.

In New York, the next senator is almost certain to be a Democrat, and adopt many positions similar to Clinton. That is unlikely to be the case in Arizona.

Brewer, 64, is a veteran Republican officeholder, with more than two decades as a legislator, a Maricopa County supervisor and secretary of state. Arizona does not have a lieutenant governor.

Brewer had a reputation as a fiscal hard-liner and conservative on social issues while a legislator in the 1980s and 1990s, so her taking over the governorship would mean a new approach from Napolitano’s direction. A spokesman for Brewer’s office didn’t immediately return a call for comment after Obama’s official announcement.

The jockeying to replace Clinton in the Senate began well before the announcement; Gov. Paterson’s decision not to make a decision on a successor until January likely means a frenetic holiday season for New York politicians.

“You can ask me this question a million times, I’m not getting into who the candidates are, what do I think of them,” the governor said.

Among those mentioned as potential successors are New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown, and a host of representatives in Congress.

Reps. Kirsten Gillibrand and Brian Higgins would satisfy those seeking someone from upstate New York. New York City contenders include Reps. Carolyn Maloney, Jerrold Nadler, and Nydia Velazquez. Rep. Steve Israel and county executive Tom Suozzi would presumably strengthen the Democratic state ticket in their vote-rich home turf of Long Island.

Then there are the longshots: environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and his cousin Caroline Kennedy. Former President Bill Clinton’s spokesman, Matt McKenna, said Clinton won’t succeed his wife in the Senate, calling the notion completely false and saying that Clinton is excited to expand the work of his foundation. Clinton’s work has already led to agreements to provide lower-cost AIDS/HIV drugs to 1.4 million people worldwide.

Whoever is chosen will have to campaign in a special election in 2010, at the same time Paterson and New York’s senior senator Charles Schumer are on the ballot. The seat would then come up for election again in 2012, when Clinton’s current term would have expired.

“I do think it should be a woman,” said Maloney, who called Obama’s selection of Clinton “brilliant,” and suggested Paterson look for a similar record of competence in “someone who will work their heart out in a very challenging time for the state.”

Gillibrand said she thinks Paterson will seek “a good partner for Sen. Schumer to balance all of the state’s interests.”

Schumer, an increasingly powerful figure in the Democratic party, declined to discuss the selection process.

And with Clinton remaining in office until she is confirmed as Secretary of State, groups will have plenty of time to beg or bluster on behalf of their favored candidate.

Paterson doesn’t lose much by waiting, except possibly some peace and quiet over the holidays.

An early resignation and appointment doesn’t affect the U.S. Senate’s all-important seniority rankings when it comes to committee assignments. Senate Democratic Secretary Lula Davis said that even if a replacement was picked and sworn in next week, that person would be considered no more senior than any of the newly elected senators coming to Congress in January.

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Davenport reported from Phoenix. Associated Press Writer Valerie Bauman contributed reporting from Albany, N.Y.

http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/sdut-cabinet-successors-120108-2008dec01-story.html

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